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    MANUAL OK?

    HI ALL
    SINCE I AM NOW IN TO MANUAL TESTING AND EVERY OPPURTUNITY NOW A DAYS STRIKES TO ONLY AUTOMATED TESTERS I AM A BIT TENSED ABOUT MY CAREER.LET ME KNOW THE CAREER PROSPECTS OF MANUAL TESTERS AND TOOLS TO BE LEARNED IF NEEDED TO SHIFT TO AUTOMATED TESTING.
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    Re: MANUAL OK?

    dont worry. automated testing is just a additional qualification req. to get a good job. manual testing will never die. its also help u to reduce some repeatative task in ur project. get expertise on any of the tool. it will help u.

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    Re: MANUAL OK?

    Hello all,
    FYI
    there are certain conventions of chat and e-mail which are generally accepted
    for example, when you write a letter (paper letter) you usually capitalize the first letter of a sentence to denote that it is a new sentence likewise with online chats and e-mails
    using ALL CAPS LIKE THIS
    means that you are yelling, screaming, shouting at the other person
    do you follow?
    With regards,
    Gauri.

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    Re: MANUAL OK?

    How the previous message is related to manual testing?
    Yes. Capitalizing the letter for shouting & screaming is followed worlwide.
    Rahul

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    Re: MANUAL OK?

    How the previous message is related to this forum topic (manual testing)?
    do you follow convention of sticking to the forum topic? If you wanted to discuss above mentioned things why dont you start a new topic?

    Thanks,
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    Re: MANUAL OK?

    hello,
    i was talking for msg 1 which is written in blocks ..i am extremely sorry if it confused you people
    [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
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    Re: MANUAL OK?

    its ok.
    i saw ur profie, ur from pune, india. plz goto "Testers_frm_pune_india" under "Users & Groups" & fill up ur view. u can also ping me on yahoo. id is rahulrdivekar@yahoo.com

    thanx
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    Re: MANUAL OK?

    Originally posted by rahul_divekar:
    its ok.
    i saw ur profie, ur from pune, india. plz goto "Testers_frm_pune_india" under "Users & Groups" & fill up ur view. u can also ping me on yahoo. id is rahulrdivekar@yahoo.com

    thanx
    <font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">Hows this related to the post? [img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]

    Back to the original post...
    Prawin - although automation experience is definitely a plus point, it doesn't replace good ole manual testing. But having said that - a lot of employers do prefer hiring someone with automation experience, so that it does come into use at some point of time. Going by what I keep reading on the forums and vacancy adds - Winrunner, Silktest, Rational Robot are the most popular tools when it comes to employers [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] (here in India!).

    Cheers!
    Best of Luck!
    Aatish

 

 

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